High Altitude Leadership

I strongly endorse one of my recent readings: "High Altitude Leadership" by Chris Warner and Don Schmincke. This book is one of the best I ever came across on leadership and team management. The authors go over lessons learned and best practices on driving teams during extreme situations and high crises. Fear and failure can stop us from making the right decisions. During climbing the wrong decision can be deadly, in business can be costly. Their teachings can be applied to any situation where the "right stuff" needs to be put on the table.
Please check their Web site: http://highaltitudeleadership.com

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